EDINBURGH FESTIVAL


Reviews


La Soirée (Southbank Centre)
By Alison Goldie

The variety show returns to London's South Bank

Eric and Little Ern (Tour - Liverpool)
By Janie Phillips

Janie Phillips travels back in time to the golden comedy era of Morecambe and Wise and loves it.

A Streetcar Named Desire (Hull Truck Theatre)
By Ron Simpson

Secret Theatre turn their unique style to Tennessee Williams' classic tale of pride, jealousy and lust

Beats North (Edinburgh Fringe)

A marriage of theatre and music that lacks substance

Pioneer (Edinburgh Fringe)

An assured science-fiction thriller from Curious Directive

Lungs (Edinburgh Fringe)

Duncan Macmillan's play gives climate change debates a human face

merry christmas, Ms Meadows (Edinburgh Fringe)

A wide-ranging but confused new piece from Belarus Free Theatre

Wingman (Edinburgh Fringe)

A sweet father-son comedy from performance poet and playwright Richard Marsh

Standby for Tape Back-Up (Edinburgh Fringe)

A compelling study of synchronicity from writer and performer Ross Sutherland

Kim Noble: You're Not Alone (Edinburgh Fringe)

An ethically problematic but surprisingly moving new offering from Kim Noble